The Pentagon’s New UFO, UAP Report is Taken to the Woodshed

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“… this is the most error-ridden and unsatisfactory
government report
I can recall reading during or after decades of government service. We all
make mistakes, but this report is an outlier in terms of inaccuracies and
errors. Were I reviewing this as a graduate student’s thesis it would
receive a failing grade for failing to understand the assignment, sloppy and
inadequate research, and flawed interpretation of the data.”

     Last month the U.S. government’s new UAP
investigation office, the
All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office
(AARO), submitted a report to Congress entitled, “Report on the
Historical Record of U.S. Government Involvement with Unidentified
Anomalous Phenomena”

(UAP, the new term for UFO). This
new report
is itself anomalous for several reasons.

First, who ever heard of a government report being submitted months before it
was due? Especially one so rife with embarrassing errors in desperate need of
additional fact-checking and revision? Was AARO Director Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick
rushing to get the report out the door before departing, perhaps to ensure
that his successor could not revise or reverse some of the report’s
conclusions?

Second, this appears to be the first AARO report submitted to Congress that
the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) did not sign off on. I don’t know
why, but Avril Haines and her Office were quite right not to in this case,
having spared themselves considerable embarrassment in the process.

Third, this is the most error-ridden and unsatisfactory government report I
can recall reading during or after decades of government service. We all make
mistakes, but this report is an outlier in terms of inaccuracies and errors.
Were I reviewing this as a graduate student’s thesis it would receive a
failing grade for failing to understand the assignment, sloppy and inadequate
research, and flawed interpretation of the data. Hopefully, long before it was
submitted, the author would have consulted his or her professor and received
some guidance and course correction to prevent such an unfortunate outcome.



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